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You must have a current registration to drive your vehicle legally. If your registration has been lost or stolen, you should replace it as soon as possible.
If information is incorrect on your title, or you need change information, you will need to notify the RMV and request an amended Certificate of Title.
You may request to amend information on your registration at any time. If the information being amended also appears on the title, the title must be amended as well.
Find out how to apply for a title and register your vehicle that you purchased from a dealer.
If you’ve purchased a vehicle from an individual, you will need to apply for registration in order to drive it in Massachusetts legally.
The most convenient way to cancel your plates/registration is online. You can also cancel your plates/registration at any Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) Service Center.
You need a valid registration to legally drive your vehicle. If you are unsure of your vehicle's registration status, you can check with the RMV.
If you are unsure of the status of your Massachusetts vehicle's Certificate of Title or accuracy of the lienholder information, it's easy to find out.
If you are moving to Massachusetts, you will need to transfer your vehicle’s registration and title to Massachusetts to drive here legally.
If you own a vehicle or trailer and purchase a new vehicle or trailer from a dealer, you may transfer your registration to the newly acquired vehicle.
If you own a vehicle or trailer and purchase a new vehicle or trailer from an individual, you may transfer your registration to the newly acquired vehicle.
By law, you must apply for a Certificate of Title for a motor vehicle or trailer within 10 days of purchase.
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